Entertainment

Magic shows, theater productions, luaus and more, Mauis nightlife entertainment extends beyond the jungles and beaches. So, tuck a flower behind your ear and get ready for some excitement.

Whalers Village - Entertainment

Whalers Village - Entertainment

Whalers Village is a year-round hub of activity. From the Maui Marathon to the Maui Onion Festival, hula lessons to lei-making, check out the Calendar of Events here~
Location: Kaanapali
Maui Ocean Center

Maui Ocean Center

Aptly termed “The Hawaiian Aquarium”, this quaint attraction faithfully replicates the natural ocean ecosystem, where visitors encounter only animals that occur in Hawaii (many of which are found nowhere else in the world) and highlights the close relationship that exists between Hawaiians and the Sea. Featuring one of the largest collections of live corals in the nation, and over 60 exhibits, including interpretive displays, outdoor touch pools and a 750,000-gallon Open Ocean exhibit with 240-degree view acrylic tunnel, the marine park is designed to help visitors develop an understanding and appreciation of Hawaii’s marine environment and local culture.
Location: Ma'alaea
Phone: (808) 270-7000
Ali`i Kula Lavender Farm

Ali`i Kula Lavender Farm

Created by Agricultural Artist and Horticultural Master, Ali’i Chang, AKL’s 13.5-acre farm resides at an elevation of roughly 4000 ft. and is home to approximately 55,000 lavender plants and 45 different varieties of lavender. Olive trees, hydrangea, Protea, succulents and an exceptional variety of other plants can be found on the farm, which offers the first and only
Location: Kula
Phone: (808) 878-3004
Surfing Goat Dairy Farm

Surfing Goat Dairy Farm

Visiting the award winning Surfing Goat Dairy is a fun and unique Maui AgTourism experience for the whole family. Maui’s only “State of the Art ”, working goat dairy is a top AgTourism destination Owned and operated by German expatriates Thomas and Eva Kafsack, Surfing Goat Dairy represents one of only two goat dairies in the state. It is located on 42 acres with almost two-thirds dedicated as pasture, giving the Dairy`s three bucks and over 100 does plenty of space to roam and forage. Inexpensive “Casual Tours” of the operation are offered daily. ($8 for kids $12 adults) You don`t need any reservations, just stop by
Location: Lower Kula